Below is a recording of our latest Q&A session on June 18, 2020. We addressed everything from antibodies to MMR vaccine to blood types and safe social-distancing/quarantine questions. We hope you find answers you're looking for, and for everything else, call us! We're happy to answer questions individually at a telemedicine appointment 7 days a week! Be safe out there. -C Click to Watch Recording: June 19, 2020 Live Zoom Q&A with Dr. Christine Meyer
Today I write to you with the first update since beginning antibody testing where I feel truly empowered by data, instead of drowning in it or just bewildered by it. What I'm about to share is not—I repeat, NOT—going to change precautions, safeguards, or reduce your risk of getting CoVID-19. But for the first time, we have signs that a relatively low-risk action may decrease our risk of serious illness or death if infected with SARs-CoV-2, the virus that causes the disease kn
My mother has a tattoo. Really. She does.
There is a small blue crucifix on the inner aspect of her right wrist. Let me pause here to point out a few things. First of all, my mother is not a “tattoo” person. Secondly, the inner aspect of the wrist is one of the most sensitive areas on the human body. Third, my mom doesn't like needles. All that to say, if my 75 year-old, 100-lb. mom got a tattoo on the inside of her wrist, it means a lot.
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